Language Identifier List Comments, updated
andj_c at iprimus.com.au
Mon Dec 27 06:23:39 CET 2004
Some correction Tex,
In the entry of Sudan you list ha (Hausa) .. this isn't a Sudanese
language, its from West Africa. You may also want to add din (Dinka) to
the Sudanese entry.
ar-SD (Arabic) also this tag could be considered to be ambiguous .. is
it the national language of Sudan (Standard Modern Arabic) or is it the
Sudanese Arabic dialect?
Also in the Niger entry you have ff (Fula), this would be best written
as ff-NE since fula/puel is spoken in a number of countries, and there
is a variation between the orthographies used in each of those
countries. Fulfulde (Fula/Puel) in Niger would be ff-NE and ff-NG
Nigeria while it would be ff-SN for Pulaar (Fula/Puel) in Senegal.
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